Monday, November 14, 2011

Voice Level Chart for Art Room

I've been trying to teach my students to use appropriate voice levels during art. One of my schools uses the voice level terms school-wide. Another school has a few teachers who use it and I never hear it mentioned from teachers at my 3rd school.
So...I made up a voice level chart for each of my schools to post in the Art Room and I'm going to work on students understanding what I mean when I ask for "voice level 0 - or voice-level 1...".

You can get a digital file of this Poster Here


30 comments:

  1. Love your version! Thanks for the artistic pairings too.... Nice visuals!

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  2. Perfect for our Art Room :)
    Love the pairings, hope the students get the idea! Could you send me the pdf file.

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  3. What a great classroom sign! My Art Teacher would love this! I would love the pdf...please, please please. :)

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  4. Please send me a copy (pdf)! Love how it relates to art work as well as noise level!

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  5. Love this!!!!! I would love a copy :) .jpg would be wonderful! Thank you for sharing such an awesome resource!

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  6. Love it! What a fun way to relate paintings to noise levels!

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  7. I would love a jpeg of this! Awesome idea, thanks for sharing!!

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  8. Wonderful combination of descriptive text (literacy), necessary student responsibility (citizenship), and art (art awareness)! Thank you:-)

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  9. Excellent..would love the PDF! :-) Thank you bunches!

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  10. This is excellent! I would love a copy of the PDF. THank you for posting this!

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  12. My email for the pdf is: melradulescu@gmail.com

    Thank you so much!

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  13. Your chart looks great. What is your email address?

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  14. Thank you for comment. You can find my email address on my blogger profile.

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  15. Hello,

    I sent an email requesting the noise chart that you have depicted, but my email is smburnett21@gmail.com

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  16. This is GREAT! Could you please email it to me??? Thank you. ccbutler24@yahoo.com

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  17. Hello there,
    I'm enjoying your blog. This is genius:)
    If you have a spare moment I would love to get this too.
    sburton@newcityschool.org
    Thanks!

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  18. I would love to have this also. The art connection is great!
    molly.haulbrook@spart5.net

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  19. Theresa, please send a copy of your clever voice level chart to medgibson@aol.org. Thank you!

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    1. I tried to send you a copy to the email you listed - but got an error message. Is the address correct?

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  20. Love the idea! Voice control is such an important issue that has to consistently be addressed. Please send me the chart (either version) for use in my elementary art room.
    Thanks!!!!
    lletourneau@nycap.rr.com

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  21. This is a great visual. Would you please send me a .pdf? Thank you!

    juliefrench@mac.com

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  22. What a great idea! I would love a copy. Thank you!

    cmcclave@jds.org

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  23. Love it. Could you please send that to me as a pdf file at bimmerdoc@gmail.com. Thanks, Jenn

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  24. Hello there mam! I'm loving this chart....could you email this to me at jmhaynesworth@AOL.com

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    1. Glad you like it! You can download a copy of it on my Art with Mrs. G website Go to artwithmrsg.com/mrs-gs-documents-to-share

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  25. I have a copy of the chart in my class. I was hoping to print out an individual copy of each of the paintings and talk about them with the students. I have the Scream, the Mona Lisa, and the MLK jr., but I don't know the others. Do you know the artists and paintings that you could forward on to me?
    Thanks,
    Chris
    elementaryman1@yahoo.com

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  26. Could you also send me the names of the paintings? I'd like to print them off individually around my classroom. Thank you!!
    marisalobacz@comcast.net

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